Eric Hanson wrote:S, What a Find!
My thoughts are to plop the pile right where you intend to plant a garden bed. Even if the bed sides are not up yet, I would place it approximately there anyways. In doing so, microbes from the earth will work their way into the pile and start the inoculation process. And some of the microbes already in the pile will work their way into the ground.
Eric Hanson wrote:Hi S,
Sounds like you are off to a great start and I look forward to seeing your progress. I can comment on a couple of notes you made.
First, you asked if you need to worry about starting Wine Caps at one end of a bed and Blue Oysters at the other. I think that you should only use one mushroom variety per bed.
John F Dean wrote:Hi Eric and S,
Thank you for the education. This was a great read, and it is a great example of why I value this site.
Randal Son wrote:Eric, and S. - Please describe the temperatures through the seasons that your spawned beds will experience. Thanks!
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